South Texas - Parts of South Texas are experiencing major flooding.
In Corpus Christi, storms have dropped close to 10 inches of rain in two days. There is more rain expected over the next day. The city has received more than twice as much rain this week as it has in the last year.
This video is from KZTV in Corpus Christi:
Other areas in South Texas and the Rio Grande Valley are experiencing flooding including Harlingen, Weslaco, San Benito, Mercedes, La Feria, Progreso, Edcouch, Santa Rosa, Rio Hondo and La Villa.
Police in Weslaco are urging people to stay off the roads.
Citizens avoid driving in these conditions. We urge you to stay home .We will keep you updated with what streets to avoid due to flooding. — WeslacoPolice (@WeslacoPD) June 20, 2018
Here are some of the pictures and videos that people in Weslaco have posted to Twitter:
Ummmmm just a heads up if your coming down Texas blvd Weslaco.. mile 10 & 11 is shut dowwwwwwn do not.. not come thru here.. I gotta river! — DJ LOOPZ 🎧 (@DjLoopzRGV) June 20, 2018
The flooding has trapped us in our own home !!! @weatherchannel @TxStormChasers @rgvfox Weslaco, Texas 8:12 AM. It is still raining!!! pic.twitter.com/p2Lh3EneVZ — Basilio Bazan Jr (@BasilioBazan) June 20, 2018
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